Encyclopedia of the Atlantic World, 1400-1900: Europe, Africa, and the Americas in an Age of Exploration, Trade, and Empires, 1st Edition

  • David Head
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  • ISBN-10: 161069256X
  • ISBN-13: 9781610692564
  • DDC: 909.098210
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 825 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2018 | Published/Released March 2018
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2018

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Overview

A first-of-its-kind reference resource traces the interactions among four Atlantic-facing continents—Europe, Africa, and the Americas (including the Caribbean)—between 1400 and 1900.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Guide to Related Topics.
Preface.
Introduction.
Chronology.
1: Abolition Movement.
2: Abolition of Slavery.
3: Abolition of the Slave Trade.
4: Acadians.
5: Acosta, José de (1540–1600).
6: Age of Revolution (1750s–1850s).
7: Algonquins.
8: American Revolution (1775–1783).
9: Amsterdam.
10: Angola.
11: Arawaks.
12: Atlantic Creoles.
13: Atlantic Ocean.
14: Atlantic Slave Trade.
15: Azores.
16: Aztec Empire.
17: Bacon, Sir Francis (1561–1626).
18: Bahia.
19: Barbados.
20: Benin.
21: Bermuda.
22: Bight of Biafra.
23: Black Atlantic.
24: Black Legend.
25: Bogotá.
26: Bolívar, Simón (1783–1830).
27: Books.
28: Bordeaux.
29: Bourbon Reforms.
30: Bradford, William (1590–1657).
31: Bradstreet, Anne (ca. 1612–1672).
32: Brazil.
33: Brébeuf, St. Jean de (1593–1649).
34: British Atlantic.
35: Buenos Aires.
36: Cabeza de Vaca, álvar Núñez (ca. 1490—ca. 1559).
37: Cahokia.
38: Canary Islands.
39: Cape Verde Islands.
40: Caribs.
41: Cartagena de Indias.
42: Cartography.
43: Casta System.
44: Catholic Women Religious Missionaries.
45: Champlain, Samuel de (1574–1635).
46: Chickasaws.
47: Chocolate.
48: Choctaws.
49: Code Noir.
50: Coffee.
51: Colonization Movement.
52: Columbian Exchange.
53: Columbus, Christopher (ca. 1451–1506).
54: Conquistadors.
55: Cortés, Hernán (1485–1547).
56: Cotton.
57: Coureurs de Bois.
58: Creek Indians.
59: Cuba.
60: Dampier, William (ca. 1651–1715).
61: Darwin, Charles (1809–1882).
62: Declaration of Independence (1776).
63: Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (1789).
64: De Soto, Hernando (ca. 1496–1542).
65: Díaz del Castillo, Bernal (ca. 1490s–1584).
66: Disease.
67: Doña Marina (ca. 1502–ca. 1527).
68: Douglass, Frederick (1818–1895).
69: Drake, Sir Francis (ca. 1540–1596).
70: Dutch Atlantic.
71: Dutch West India Company.
72: Edwards, Jonathan (1703–1758).
73: Elizabeth I (1533–1603).
74: Elmina.
75: Emancipation Proclamation (1863).
76: Encomienda System.
77: Enlightenment.
78: Equiano, Olaudah (ca. 1745–1797).
79: European Exploration.
80: Evangelicalism.
81: Fishing and Fisheries.
82: Florida.
83: Franciscans.
84: Franklin, Benjamin (1706–1790).
85: French Atlantic.
86: French Revolution (1789–1799).
87: Fur Trade.
88: Gens de Couleur.
89: Ghana.
90: Gold and Silver.
91: Gulf Stream.
92: Guns.
93: Haitian Revolution (1791–1803).
94: Hakluyt, Richard (ca. 1552–1616).
95: Hardwood.
96: Hidalgo, Miguel (1753–1811).
97: Huguenots.
98: Humboldt, Alexander von (1769–1859).
99: Huron.
100: Huron-Wendat Feast of the Dead.
101: Hutchinson, Anne (1591–1643).
102: Inca Empire (1438–1533).
103: Indentured Servants.
104: Industrial Revolution.
105: Iroquois.
106: Islam.
107: Jamaica.
108: Jamestown.
109: Jefferson, Thomas (1743–1826).
110: Jesuits.
111: Joint-Stock Companies.
112: Juan Diego (1474–1548).
113: Judaism.
114: Kingdom of Kongo.
115: King William’s War (1688–1697).